Stacked: video installation
March 11, 2014 - June 1, 2014
Art Case in the C Meeter-Greeter Lounge
Nashville-based artist Adrienne Outlaw
has exhibited her artwork at galleries and museums across the United
States and abroad in Italy, Hong Kong, South Korea and Nigeria. Her work
has been positively reviewed in such publications as Art in America, Sculpture Magazine, World Sculpture News, Art Papers, NY Arts
and M Magazine.
A recipient of several grants, awards and fellowships, Outlaw holds a
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
and a Master of Liberal Arts and Science from Vanderbilt University.
This summer she has a solo exhibition at Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta
and this fall, an exhibition at the Parthenon Museum in Nashville.About Stacked
I am a socially engaged, interdisciplinary artist whose interactive work is often informed by ethical issues arising in a rapidly changing and interconnected world. My current work addresses global consumption, using sugar and salt as metaphors for substances we crave. The video work Stacked
explores the rise and fall of the rush. www.adrienneoutlaw.com
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